Volcano is found on Hawaii's Big Island and is a gorgeous village located in a rainforest, complete with white, red, and green sand beaches. Naturally, Volcano gets its name from the active volcano nearby, however, the area has been deemed reasonably safe and small lava eruptions can even be seen from a distance.
Volcano has so much to offer visitors, including various museums and centers to learn about history of Hawaii, delicious restaurant and wineries, and amazing waterfalls and scenery.
The island is full of great beaches where visitors can swim and explore the area by snorkeling and scuba diving, or sail out on the ocean to see marine life swimming among the clear waters. Plenty of stores offer rental equipment like paddle boards, jet skis, and boats too.
Elsewhere, the Thomas A Jaggar Museum is a geological museum located inside the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Sadly, after the 2018 eruption, the museum was so badly damaged and had to be permanently closed, however, the national park is still open and a new museum is being rebuilt.
To see a flurry of colors and picturesque nature, as well as why orchids are so important in Hawaii's history, head to the Akatsuka Orchid Gardens. The gardens are a fantastic day out and there are even orchids which smell like chocolate, peanut butter, and root beer!
For outdoor enthusiasts, the Mauna Loa Trail is a challenging hike but well worth it for the breathtaking views at the mountain summit. The route can also be partially driven but the roads get particularly tight and can have loose rocks.
After a long day relaxing, unwind at one of the golf courses in Volcano complete with a postcard-worthy backdrop. When you've worked up an appetite, there are plenty of tasty restaurants to tuck into local cuisine, such as seafood, Polynesian dishes, and great desserts.
To be close to restaurants, shops, and the beach, stay in the lower district of the village. There's a large selection of rental homes on the Big Island so you're sure to find the perfect place for a great stay. Vacation homes include houses with fully equipped kitchen areas and living rooms, as well as some even having a hot tub and on-site pools too.
The average temperature in Volcano averages 75 degrees all year round, however May and October have the least amount of rain. November through to April is the rainy season, while the air is most humid in July and August.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Volcano. The hottest month in Volcano is April, when temperatures peak at 92 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to 57 ˚F. The wettest month in Volcano is March with 13.8 inches of rain, while the driest month is December with 1.26 inches of rain.
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